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that peace agreement in syria is working out. no. i am, of course, being facetious here. those are the shots you hear in syria. thousands of syrians taking to the streets. more anti-government protests. the shooting continues. opposition leaders say as many as 35 people were killed yesterday during massive protests, and get this. this is going on as the arab league monitors are there, on the ground right now, determining whether the government is adhering to the agreement to pull its forces from the streets and stop the violence. >>> the u.n. says more than 5,000 people have been killed since the uprising against president bashar al assad began last march. >>> iran's navy conducting military exercises in the persian gulf this weekend near the strait of hormuz. that strait is a major gateway for oil shipments to the rest of the world. the united arab emirates sits just across from the strait of iran and the pentagon announced a $3.5 billion deal to sell anti-missile defense systems to the uae. they're planning to test a long-range missile in the next few days. >>> a cyclone that roared ashore
of damascus, syria. two suicide car bombers blew themselves up there yesterday. 44 people killed. more than 160 hurt. both sides blamed the other for the attack. state run media reports said the bombs carried the blue prints of al qaeda. also today tens of thousands of protesters surging in moscow for a day of demonstrations turning out in sub zero weather to protest what they claim are rigged elections. this is also seen as a challenge to the domination of vladimir putin over russia. security is tight in moscow where russian media is reporting bus loads of riot police lining up along the streets. similar protests taking place all across russia. britain's prince philip will spend christmas eve in the hospital. queen elizabeth's husband, you see him there, he had a procedure yesterday to unblock the coronary artery. prince philip is 90 years old. also the cuban government will pardon and set free almost 3,000 prisoners. the castro administration published an announcement saying prisoners over the age of 60, women as well as six inmates are among those being released. president castro cited t
, called ngos. egypt carried out 17 raids on 10 ngos on thursday. t that becoming far too typical in syria, shots fired there. thousands of syrians taking to the streets for more anti-government protests. these latest protests come at the same time that the arab league observers are there to see if government forces are abiding by a peace agreement. the military says they are only protecting themselves. opposition leaders say as many as 35 people were killed yesterday. computer hackers claim they have dumped the personal information, including credit card numbers and passwords, of 1 million people on to the web. people targeted have registered on a website of stratfor, a global independetelligence agen. a statement said we call upon all armies of darkness to use and abuse that password information to wreak havoc on rich and powerful oppressors. kill, kitties, kill and burn them down peacefully. the group says their next target will be tonight and they will target law enforcement. >>> you need $60,000? it's yours if you have information on that fire or a string of other suspected arson fire
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